Gas Demand Driven By Need to ‘Back Up’ Wind & Solar Using Fast-Start Gas Turbines

Before the obsession with intermittent wind and solar took hold, gas was rarely used to generate electricity if coal, nuclear or hydro sources were available. Gas-fired electricity, in the main, was simply too expensive, by comparison with coal-fired power. Coal-fired generators are designed to run around-the-clock. Wind turbines and solar panels only run according to […]

Highway to Hell: World’s Big Banks Baulk at Suicidal Net-Zero Emissions Pathway

The big-money has just worked out that going ‘woke’ means going broke. Sure, a little cynical greenwashing doesn’t hurt corporate reputation with the MSM and Twitterati, but shareholders and markets tend to take a sterner view. Financiers were among the first to sign up to models which limited their finance to fossil fuel producers and […]